Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
friday, ffbrooiY S, THf UTHMIDCI HIMID At home to Movers twice Sugar Kings back in third _ eM> (Vibome and Rob Into ea early lead ar Kings scored an Alberta Junior League game Thursday in Calgary. dge Sug-vo goals one on a to a 5-2 Higars in Hockey lay Lealke stopped 35 shots in the Calgary net, including two breakaways. Dave George scored t w o goals for the Sugar Kings while Joe Mutch, Lanny McDonald and George McCrea added one CoiDorae ana rtuu LeguilkKix replied for Calgary, trailing 2-0 after 20 minutes and 4-1 after 40. Lethbridge was assessed five of eight penalties including a 10-minute misconduct. Red Deer Rustlers jumped FIRST EVENT WINNKS-Norm of New Dayton won the number one United event the Uniform bonspiel wrapped up Thursday at the lethbridge Curling Club. The winners are front, left to riaht, .kip Ober, third Miro Tomasta. Back, left to right, second Joe Cajka and lead Sonny Miller. Oikawa reaches final of south ;A' event MEDICINE HAT (CP) George Fink of Calgary was to meet Tricky Oikawa of Picture Butte today for the finals of the A event in the southern Al- berta curling championship. The winner of that game was to meet the winner of the B fi- nal for the title. Fink, favored to win the championship, advanced to the final Thursday night with an 8-5 victory over Les Roland of Didsbury. Oikawa advanced with an 11- 10 victory over Don Watson of Vulcan. In the B event Thursday night, Ray Forsyth of Calgary downed Larry Frandsen of Medicine Hat 8-6, Wayne War- Laboi moves SECOND EVENT WINNERS-Bruce Eliason of Wren- thorn won the number two Lethbridge Implement Dealers event. The winners are, front, left to right, skip Eliason and third Harold Kuehn. Back, left to right, second Doug Bobinec and lead Jerry Kubic Jr. Brill seeks world mark into TORONTO (CP) Debbie Brill, 17-year-old sensation from Haney, B.C., should feel at home when she competes to- night in Sis Telegram-Maple Leaf Indoor Games, hoping to equal the world record in the high jump. For it was at last year's Games here that she became the first North American woman to jump six feet. Since then, the lanky brunette has cleared six feet on seven differ- ent occasions. In three meets since the start of the current indoor season, she jumped 6-1 in Saskatoon, 6-0 m Los Angeks and 6-% in Albu- querque. Tonight, she will be aiming for 6-2, the world record. Her chief competition will come from Barbara Inkpen of Britain who beat Debbie in then- only previous meeting In 1969 in England, and Debbie Van'Kiek- ebelt of Toronto, who has a world's-best performance for 16-year-olds of 5-10. The Lethbridge Jaycees HAVE 20 OPENINGS FOR NEW MEMBERS fourth spot In the only game played in the City Recreation Hockey League last night the Labor Club cruised to a 6-0 romping over the M and K Generals. With the lop-sided victor last night, the Labor Clul earned themselves a fourf place tie with the Purity Bot tling. What makes it more interest ing is the fact that both thes clubs are only two point away from the Generals wh rest in third place. With only four more games remaining fur each club in th league the bottom three teams will have to gain some vk tories. In last nights encounter th Labor Club held period score of 1-0 and 3-0 before the blasted three more in the thirl Don Bruchet and Al Rown tree paced the Labor Club wit two goals apiece while Sta Maxwell and Grant Harringto with one each. Ken Brown earned the shu out for the Labor Club. Any young man from 18 to 39 years. Individual development through participation In leadership training programs and community projects. Dinner meetings alternate Tuesdays In The Marquis Hotel For Further Information Phone 327-6315 or 327-2086 Or Write Box 143 Lethbridge Special New Member Meeting February 9th Marquis Hotel ick of Delhi trounced Ken laney of Vauxhall 10-4, Jack taderson of Calgary beat Har- ey Hogarth of Cochrane 12-10 uui Ray Talbot of Red Deer Norm Kirkwald of Irri- anaM. In earlier games Oikawa rounced Ken Blaney of Vaux- lall 16-8 after opening the outhern playdown with a de- isive victory over Gordon ones of High River. Jones fell 04 to the Picture Butte rink. Meanwhile a defending pro- vincial champion was elimin- ted in the northern Alberta urling playoffs Thursday night while a former Canadian hampion climbed into the river's seat. Hec Gervais of St. Albert who has won the world title hree times, was ousted when le lost his second game to an unknown rural foursome. Matt Baldwin of Edmonton lowever, on a comeback trai since last winning the nationa iUe in 1958, trimmed the rink hat eliminated Gervais. Baldwin won the A section by shading Gordon Maxwell o the unknown who bea Gervais with a rink consistin, of three cousins, 8-7 on an extra end. Gervais' second defeat of th day in the modified double- nxjckout tournament came a !he hands of Bob Rumberge of Stettler who made a clutc draw to U.e four-foot circle fo a 7-6 victory in B event quar ter-finals. The St. Albert rink's defe was 8-7 on an extra end b Maxwell. Rumberger was to g against Herbie Olson of monton who squeezed past G Svensen of Leduc 9-8 for the title. Borden beaten CALGARY (CP) Kay Bal win of Edmonton scored ft in the last end to win the A. berta women's curling cham pionship with an 8-7 win Thur nal 9-8 to Watson. When Borden missed a take- out with her final rock, Bald win did not have to throw her nal rock for the 8-7 win. ay over Darlene Borden of algary. Winnie Reid of Edmonton won the Alberta senior wom- i's title by whomping Agnes atson of Calgary 13-1 in a ame that went only seven ends. Baldwin, winner of A see- on, had lost the first game of the A-B final 10-8 to Borden and Reid, another A winner Iso lost the first game in her Into en early lead and coasted to a 5-3 victory at home over Edmonton Movers Thursday night. Wayne Savill scored two oals in the first period and Wynn Dempster and John Laskoski gave Red Deer their first-period lead. Brian Ogilvie added another in the second. Gord Gamble, Ken Le- Lacheur and Craig Wolansky replied for the Movers in the second period. Meanwhile in Edmonton Pon- .a Stampeders took advantage defensive blunders to score 6-3 win over Edmonton Maple in an Alberta Junior ockey League game Thursday ght. Ponoka jumped into a 2-0 first Deriod lead and held a narrow 3 margin after two periods. Bob McPhee and Marcel Mneau scored two goals each or the Stampeders while Ed Simanton and Doug Silvernagle ;ot one each. Rick Nomden, Terry Smith and Jim Carr replied for the Minor hockev In Bantam "A" action las night the Candians doubled the score on the Jets 6-3. The too clubs were tied S- after the first, the Canadians came on strong in the next two and rapped in the remainin hree goals. Lee Salmon paced the Cana dians with two goals whil Clarence Sirovyak, Sid Johnson Dave Jackson and Lome Erick son slapped in e goal apiece. For the Jets Steve Gork< Hartly Leppard and Mark Bali: rey managed a goal apiece in losing cause. After three periods of hocke between the Flyers and the T gers in a Pee Wee contes they both ended with a go apiece. G. Leffingwell flipped1 in Bi Flyers marker in the secon period while David Watson re plied for the Tigers in the final period. In the other Bantam "B game played last night the Nug gets trimmed the Eagles 3-2. Gordon Keith blasted in tw goals for the Nuggets and D ane Lundrum chipped in wi one. THIRD EVENT WINNERS-Tom Fukaml of Newlandi won the number three 77 Oil event. The winners are, front left to right, skip Fukomi, third Nestor Van Vaerenberg. Back, left to right are second Chester Jeruen end lead Lois Davy. laple Leafs. Ponoka outehot Edmonton 32- 28 and the teams received four minor penalties each. Bob LeGuillpux of Calgary Cougars remains king of the Alberta Junior Hockey League ry increasing his lead to seven mints over Marcel Comeau of 'onoka Stampeders. Statistics released Thursday show Leguilloux with 71 points on 30 goals and a league lead- ing 41 assists. Comeau has 35 ;oals, tops in the league, and II assists for 66 points. In third place with 60 points is Al Pollock of Calgary. Dale Bowler of Edmonton Maple Jeafs and Darrell Goss of Cal- gary are tied for fourth place with 59 points. Dale Kenwood of Red 'Deer Rustlers is the leading goalten- der with a 3.24 average and John Davidson of Lethb ridge Sugar Kings, who leads in shut- outs, is second with a 3.27 av- erage, Calgary defenceman John Huber is the league's most pen- alized player with 179 minutes, 33 more than Wynn Dempster of Red Deer. The Rustlers are the most penalized team with minutes in 37 games. FOURTH EVENT WINNERS-Fred Leverick of Newlandi won the number four Southern Alberta Co-op event. The winners are front, left to right, skip Leverick and third Mike Balasz. Back, left to right are second Gilles Plouff and lead Russell Nicol. Palmer trailing HONOLULU (AP) John Schiee, a 31-year-old tour regu- lar seeking his first golf victory, shot a 66 Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Hawaiian Open, one of the rich- est events on the pro golf tour. Schiee, whose 66 included six birdies, has a one-stroke lead on Arnold Palmer, who hasn't won a tournament in more than a SIGN KANAS MONTREAL (CP) Montre- al Alouettes of the Eastern Football Conference announced Thursday the signing of line- backer Dave Kanas for the 1971 season. Kanas, 21, was team captain and most valuable play- er at Wisconsin State Univer- sity, Oshkosh, Wis., last sea- son. He stands six feet, one inch and weighs 220 pounds. year. Palmer, the game's all- time leading money winner is tied with Cesar Sanudo of Cali- fornia. Lee Trevino, out of action for three weeks, heads a group of eight at 68. The others are Bert Yancey, Lionel Hebert, Tom Shaw, Jack Ewing, Jim Wiech- ers Dewitt Weaver and Bobby Mitchell. Bezics third in compulsory figures Petkevich takes early lead PETERBOROUGH, Ont. (CP) What is the annual cost of supporting a champion figure skater such as Karen Magnus- sen, or even a pair such as Val and Sandra Bezic? "I can't tell you says Karen's mother, "because I don't know. TOP SALESMAN OF THE MONTH WES EVERSON Fleming Motors is pleas- ed to announce Wes Ever- son was Fleming's Top Salesman during the month of January. Wes joined our sales staff late in 1970 and has proven himself to be a lop sales representative. Wes extends a welcome to everyone 1o come in and discuss your automo- bile needs. FLEMING MOTORS Cor. 1st Ave. and 7th St. S. Phone 327-1591 "I've never kept track o! the cost, mainly because I don't want to look at it that way." The Bezics, on the other hand, have it figured out to the last drop of orange juice. "We added up everything, even including skate laces and orange skaters drink a lot of orange juice you it came to about a said Val. FINISHED THIRD The Bezic brother-sister com- bination finished third in the compulsory figures at the North American figure skating cham- pionships Thursday, with ITnitec States pairs taking the top two places. U.S. competitors also domi nated the compulsory programs in the other two classes skated Thursday. John Misha Petkevich of Great Falls, Mont., emerged the leader after the men's singles figures and the U.S. couples swept the top three places in the compulsory dances. Bt.iind Petkevich, the U.S champion, were Canadian title- holder Toller Cranston of To- ronto, Gord McKellen of I.ake Placid, N.Y., Ken Shelley of Los Angeles, Paul Bonenfant of Van couver and Ron Shaver of Ham ilton. Shelley also joined his pairs partner, JoJo Startmck, to take .op marks in that class. Mark and Mellisa Militano of New York City took second by a narrow margin over the Bezics. Fourth were John Hubbell of Pointe Edward, Ont., and Mary ?etrie of Toronto followed by Bemdt and Barbara Brown of Denver, Colo., and Glenn Moore and Marian Mur- ray of Vancouver. Miss Magnussen, Canadian women's singles champion, moves into actoin today in the compulsory figures of that class. Mrs. Magnussen follows her 15-year-old daughter to most in- ternational competitions. The Magnussen home is in North Vancouver, B.C., and before Karen's skating career started, her mother says, they used to spend their spare money on shopping trips to.Seattle. "We'd go down on a weekend and drop or more and never have much to show for it. We never knew where the money was going then, but now that we're spending it on Karen, we know where it goes, even if we don't keep track of it all. GLASS Our Installation Experts Can Leak After Every Requirement! TRACTOR CABS PICTURE WINDOWS AUTO CLASS TABLE TOPS PLEXIGLASS WINDOW GLASS FREE ESTIMATES! LETHBRIDGE Cor. 5th Avenue, 4th Street 5. Phone 327-1581 SPRING CLEARANCE ON ALL USED MOTORCYCLES To make room for the 1971 Kawasakis arriving soon. 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